Neonode AirBar review: Transform your plain-Jane display into a 'touchscreen,' for just $69




A Savile Row suit can make anyone look like a million bucks—but only if it’s tailored appropriately. And so it goes for the Neonode AirBar, a surprisingly good peripheral that adds “touch” capability to an ordinary laptop or monitor, provided you buy the correctly sized AirBar.
Neonode’s AirBar certainly sounds like a steal: The slender sensor wand attaches to a laptop screen or standalone monitor, very much like Tobii’s line of eye trackers . Typically, native touch capabilities add about $100 or so to the cost of a new monitor, with no way to retrofit an existing touch-less device. Until now. The AirBar, which began shipping this week, is priced right at  just $69 . This unique gizmo is also a recipient of the Innovations Award for CES 2017, though it was first announced a year ago . To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here